Table of contents for Alien visions : the Chechens and the Navajos in Russian and American literature / Margaret Ziolkowski.

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Contents
Preface and Acknowledgments
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Introduction
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Russian Orientalism: Inventing the Evil Chechen
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Sympathy for the Devil: Anatolii Pristavkin and the Chechen Deportation
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Popular and Unpopular Enemies: The Russo-Chechen Conflict in Contemporary Russian Literature
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Reservation Blues: Education and Alienation Among the Navajos
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Remembering Bosque Redondo: The Navajo Deportation in Twentieth-Century Literature
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Solving Crimes in Navajoland: The Medicine Man and His Alter Egos
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Conclusion
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Notes
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Selected Chronological Listing of Primary Sources
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Index
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

American literature -- History and criticism.
Indians in literature.
American literature -- Indian authors -- History and criticism.
Navajo Indians in literature.
Chechnëiìa (Russia) -- History -- Civil War, 1994- -- Literature and the war.
Literature, Comparative -- American and Russian.
Literature, Comparative -- Russian and American.
Russian literature -- History and criticism.
Chechnëiìa (Russia) -- In literature.